Treasure Island

ramesh rai

(13.12.1955 / howrah)

The Morning Dew


The Morning Dew
First rays of sun
With its fastest speed
Covering a long journey
Illuminating the universe
Whispering the wind
Reflects its discourses
When heart of the dew
Is cherished with full blossom
Finds her own image
Embellishing the petal of flower
Immolating her life
For a momentary embracement

Love of the morning dew
For sunrays, superates the darkness

The morning dew also
After covering a long journey
From heaven to earth
Surpassing her eeyorish life
Meet the rays with full enthusiasm
The morning dew with patience of
Last long night with severe cold in her heart
Strangeness of melody vibrating with dawn
Escalating from the petal is complacency

Thy soul must be enriching
embracement of first ray of sun
immolation of morning dew values
the sparkling creation.

Submitted: Monday, March 11, 2013

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